School Newsletter – 8 Jan 2016

  Posted by: Debbie Rutter on January 8, 2016 at 4:54 pm


The red team won the cup for the most times last half term; therefore they will be rewarded with a non- uniform day on Monday 11th January.


The new behaviour system has been a tremendous success this week. The children have made class lists about behaviour they wish to see in school and behaviour they do not wish to see. These are listed below:

Behaviours the children want to see:

  • Helping others
  • Put your hand up/ take turns
  • Work hard at all times
  • Be sensible
  • Share
  • Respect all others
  • Always listen to others
  • Always follow instructions
  • Walk around sensibly
  • Be gentle towards everyone
  • Listen to adults and follow instructions
  • Let teachers teach and children learn

Behaviours the children do NOT want to see:

  • Running in school
  • Name calling
  • Not listening
  • Shouting out, silly comments
  • Fighting, hurting and pushing

All the children in school will bring home an ‘It’s Good to be Green’ card today. This is to remind them of the school rules and can be kept at home.

Thank you to some of the Year 4 children for their poems/ haiku’s:

It’s good to be green, So don’t be mean, Be kind and caring to Mrs Dean

written by Lucy Clarke


It’s good to be green, Amber is kind of mean, Red means Mrs Dean                                           

written by Talia Truscott


It’s good to be green, Behave, be polite and kind, Do not go on red                 

written by Finley Hettrick


Don’t be a bully, And don’t be nasty or mean, Or you’ll be lonely                            

written by Thea Trousdale


Thank you all for your continued support.

Best wishes

Sharon Dean

Head Teacher